DA/2018/0526 for the Reserved matters
application (appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for
development of 344 dwellings (including 17 self-build plots)
pursuant to condition 1 of outline planning permission DA/2014/0869
in addition to discharge of conditions, 10, 15, 21, 22, 26 &
The Principal Planning Officer outlined the information in the report to Committee for
the reserved matter application
response to Members’ enquiries, the Principal Planning
Officer advised that:
- They would
be working with the developer regarding the clustering.
- The policy
requirement for the provision of affordable housing for a
development was a minimum of 25% and the provision on this
development would be higher than that.
affordable housing would be ‘Tenure Blind’ and
therefore would not be identifiable.
pricing of affordable housing was not within planning
guides would set out the specification for the self-build and would
include a minimum Sustainable Home Code level 4 and address climate
Councils requirement to amend the house types and the number of
affordable units required to ensure the provision met the policy
requirements, would be addressed with
the applicant. Should the
requirements not be met the application would be re-presented to
Smith, the agent addressed the Committee in support of the
response to enquiries, the Principal Planning Officer reported
would be delivered through the design code, where the level of
specification would be brought forward.
self-build developers had been identified they would determine the
requirements and the specification. The design and build of houses
would be set out in a design code.
- The build
within the site would be delivered through a selection of projects
once the demand had been assessed – not been actively
marketed to make the assessment.
- 17 units
and additional 7 on phase 1. Legal
agreement would need to be varied if the 17 (application approved
subject to legal agreement and conditions).
authority would be assisting with the self-build.
panels would be included within the site.
would be provision of Electrical Charging Units for electric
external appearance of the self-build would be approved through the
reserved matters application. The
design code specifications would allow for innovation but would be
sensitive to the area.
provision of two bed houses had been reviewed with the
Council’s planning strategy team.
ownership properties were included within the site as per the
policy – a mix of 2/3 rented 1/3 shared
would be subject to the conditions listed and would be capped off
community facilities would comprise of a shop and community
facility for local groups. Flat would be built on the upper floor
above the shop so the area was in constant use to deter antisocial
behaviour. The community use D1, D2 had
been secured by legal conditions.
David James proposed the application be approved, this was seconded
by Councillor John Shepherd and on being put to the meeting was
declared carried unanimously.
the Assistant Director for Growth, Climate and Regeneration be
granted Delegated Powers to finalise matters as set out within the
report and then to grant planning permission subject to conditions
as deemed appropriate relating to:
Securing parking for private motor
Implement ecological and landscape management
Secure self-build principles